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Conflict and Cooperation on the Scheldt River Basin: a case study of decision making on international Scheldt issues between 1967 and 1997
Meijerink, S.V. (1999). Conflict and Cooperation on the Scheldt River Basin: a case study of decision making on international Scheldt issues between 1967 and 1997. Kluwer Academic Publishers: [s.l.]. ISBN 9780792356509. 357 pp.

Keywords
    Marine; Brackish water

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  • Meijerink, S.V., more

Abstract
    Characteristic of many international river issues are upstream-downstream power asymmetries. Policies aiming at the solution of upstream-downstream problems usually result from a joint decision making process characterized by conflict and cooperation. Questions are: How does decisionmaking on international river issues develop? How can this development be explained? Which strategies can be used to contribute to the solution of upstream-downstream problems in international river basins?

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